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2 THE CHEMISTRY OF AROMATHERAPEUTIC OILS Anatomical structures of Salvia officinalis (family Lamiaceae) Petals 2 4 5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Salvia officinalis; its corolla laid open; its pistil; the pistil and lower part of the flower cut open; perpendicular section of a nut. 1 Common plant families and examples of essential oil producing plants from each family Plant family Plant part extracted for essential oil Common name Botanic name Annonaceae Flowers Ylang Ylang Cananga odorata Apiaceae (also known as Umbelliferae) Fruits and roots Angelica Angelica archangelica Fruits Aniseed Pimpinella anisum Fruits and leaves Dill Anethum graveolens Fruits Sweet Fennel Foeniculum vulgare var.
U s m . m a i n e . html [accessed 25 May 2003]. For useful information on variations in plant growth that happen under different cultivation methods, see Plants in Action: Adaptation in Nature, Performance in Cultivation (1999), ed. Brian Atwell, Macmillan, Australia. P. G. D. Syred (2000), Secretory Structures of Aromatic and Medicinal Plants. A review and atlas of micrographs, Microscopix Publications Knighton, Powys, UK. J. C. Doran (1996), Essential Oils of Tropical Asteromyrtus, Callistemon and Melaleuca species, ACIAR Monograph No.
15 A benzene ring (C6H6), showing the way electrons are shared between carbon atoms in the ring H C H C C H H C C C H or H Chemical names The names of carbon-based molecules convey useful information about their structure. 3 is a key to the meanings of some chemical names. Some of them, such as methane (a greenhouse gas), propane and butane (BBQ and cigarette lighter fuels), may already be familiar. 16 • • THE CHEMISTRY OF AROMATHERAPEUTIC OILS Functional group names A functional group is a chemical entity that gives a molecule its particular characteristics, or its ‘function’.
Chemistry Aromatherapeutic Oils by E. Joy Bowles